Centre for Children's Rights

Directors

Prof Laura Lundy
Professor of Education Law and Children's Rights
LL.B, LL.M, PhD,
Barrister at Law

‌‌‌photograph of Dr Bronagh Byrne

Dr Bronagh Byrne
Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work


Deputy Directors

Lesley Emerson
Dr Karen Winter


Other Members:

Prof David Archard
Dr Pauline Cardwell
Dr Mary-Louise Corr 
Dr Clare Dwyer
Prof Jannette Elwood
Prof Madeleine Leonard
Dr Mark Linden
Dr Katrina Lloyd
Dr Alison Mackenzie
Dr Siobhan McAllister
Dr Karen Orr
Dr Dirk Schubotz
Dr Lisa Smyth
Dr Michelle Templeton
Dr John Topping


Research Students:

Jen Banks
Amy Brown
Lovina Emejulu
Erika Frank
Leanne Henderson
Patricia O'Lynn

News from the Centre for Children's Rights

Participation for Protection: Enhancing Child-Centred Approaches to Violence

The Centre for Children’s Rights has been awarded funding from the European Commission for a project, led by Siobhan McAlister, aimed at enhancing child-centred approaches to victims of...

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CCR Members present at CREAN conference

Katrina Lloyd, Michelle Templeton, Laura Lundy and Bronagh Byrne presented their work at the 2018 bi-annual conference of the Children's Rights European Academic Network (CREAN). CREAN aims to...

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Measuring the Effectiveness of Children’s Rights

Laura Lundy gave an invited presentation at an international conference on ‘Measuring the Effectiveness of Children’s Rights’ in Belgium. The conference was co-hosted by the...

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Training Materials on UN Convention on Rights of the Child now available

The Centre for Children’s Rights has developed five short videos which provide an introductory overview of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). The videos, which...

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PhD student Amy Brown presents at Children’s Rights Research Symposium

PhD student Amy Brown travelled to University of Geneva, Switzerland in August to present at the Children’s Rights Research Symposium which explored the theme of Conversations...

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Publications

2018

O’Lynn, P & Lundy, L (2018), ‘Education Rights’. in U Kilkelly & T Liefaard (eds), The Human Rights of Children. Springer.

Maguire, L.K., Byrne, B., and Kehoe, S. (2018) ‘Respecting and fulfilling the right of post-primary pupils to consent to participate in trials and evaluative research: A discussion paper’,  International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 1(44).

2017

Lundy, L. and Byrne B. (2017)The Four General Principles of the United Nations Convenion on the Rights of the Child: The Potential Value of the Approach in Other Areas of Human Rights Law’,in E. Brems, E. Desmet, and W. Vandenhole (eds) Children’s Rights Law in the Global Human Rights Landscape: Isolation, Inspiration, Integration. Routledge

Lundy, L 2017, Valsamis v Greece. in H Stalford, K Hollingsworth & S Gilmore (eds), Rewriting children’s rights judgments: From academic vision to new practice. Bloomsbury.

Hanson, K & Lundy, L 2017, 'Does Exactly what it says on the Tin? A Critical Analysis and Alternative Conceptualisation of the so-called “General Principles” of the Convention on the Rights of the ChildInternational Journal of Children's Rights, vol 25, no. 2, pp. 285-306.

Lundy, L & Kilkelly, U 2017, Children's Rights, Library of Essays on Family Law. Library of Essays on Family Law, Routledge.

Templeton, M, Lohan, M, Kelly, C & Lundy, L 2017, 'A systematic review and qualitative synthesis of adolescents’ views of sexual readinessJournal of Advanced Nursing, vol 73, no. 6, pp. 1288-1301. 

Leonard, M. (2017) Teens and Territory in ‘Post-Conflict’ Belfast: If Walls Could Talk, Manchester University Press

Byrne, B. (2017) Reconciling Sameness and Difference in Disability Rights Ideology: The case of student identity. In G. Quinn and C. O’Mahony (Eds) The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Clarus Press.

2016

Leonard, M. (2016) The Sociology of Children, Childhood and Generation, London: Sage.

Lansdown, G., Lundy, L. & Goldhagen, J. (2016) The U.N. convention on the rights of the child: Relevance and application to pediatric clinical bioethics ' Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 58, 3, p. 252-266

Lundy, L & Byrne, B (2017), The four general principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: the potential value of the approach in other areas of human rights law. in  Wandehole, Desmet, Brems (eds) Children’s Rights Law in the Global Human Rights Landscape: Isolation, Inspiration, Integration. Routledge.

Lundy, L & Cook-Sather, A (2016), Children's Rights and Student Voice. in D Wyse, L Hayward & J Pandya (eds), The Sage Handbook of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment. SAGE.